Given the adoption of new Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) amendments as well as the rising judicial interest in e-discovery concepts, 2016 was set up to be a banner year in e-discovery case law. So, two months in, how exactly does it shape up?

As it turns out, U.S. federal courts have indeed been turning out e-discovery rulings at a rapid rate, and courts abroad are even getting into the action as well. These are four of the e-discovery cases involving the new Rules amendments to know from the first two months of the year, spanning four different U.S. district courts.

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